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Manali Chavan, Social Media Editor

August 23

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Every year, the idea of going back to school sends students ducking for cover underneath their bed sheets. Having to wake up early, pay attention in class and somehow finish piles of homework are probably the last items on any student’s agenda. However, there is one upside to going back to school: the back-to-school shopping. Back-to-school shopping actually involves a wide range of i...

Senior blog

Asatta Njuguna, Opinions Editor

May 17

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Is it bad to hold a grudge? I always hear that it’s better for you to let go of the past. But what if the past is too hard to let go of. What if I don’t want to let it go? I don’t like holding onto things. I happen to be the type of person who is more likely to resolve the issue before it has time to fester. I know...

Senior Blog

Asatta Njuguna, Opinions Editor

May 3

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Is it bad to hold a grudge? I always hear that it’s better for you to let go of the past. But what if the past is too hard to let go of? What if I don’t want to let it go? I don’t like holding onto things. I happen to be the type of person who is more likely to resolve the issue before it has time to fester. I know...

Senior blog

Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

April 11

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Now that I’m a senior I look back on all the money I’ve spent during my four years here at Corona. Paying for things such as dances, football games, spirit week costumes, off campus lunch, graduation announcements, cap and gown, yearbooks, AP tests, prom and class fees. I realize that I’ve overspent on probably all of...

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Lilly Berkley, Sports Editor

April 4

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During my senior year of high school, college applications, scholarship applications and SAT/ACT tests have taken up a bunch of my time.  Something that I wish I’d known my junior year is that most of these things can be started and or completed by the arrival of your senior year.  In the beginning of my senior year, I stressed...

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Asatta Njuguna, Opinions Editor

April 2

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If you have more than one sibling, then you understand when I say my life is like Gladiator on steroids. It literally survival of the fittest all day, everyday . The first one to the microwave gets to use it first. Everything has to be fair and if its not, its an all out war. As the oldest of three, I have to be referee,...

Senior Blog

Becca Benzer, Photographer

March 27

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Being a senior, this year has really made me realize everything I’m going to miss next year. During my junior year I didn’t realize I wouldn’t be with all of my friends I’ve grown so close with over these past four years. I’ve been in dance since my freshman year. I’ve had Mr. Gilbert as a teacher all four years...

Senior Blog

Asatta Njuguna, Opinions Editor

March 22

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With the last quarter starting up and my last year coming to a close, I begin to reminisce on my last four years of high school. My freshman year was by far my worst; I made a lot of bad choice that set me back and made it harder for me to succeed. I was to busy trying to find my niche and belong that I didn’t focus on the...

Senior Blog

Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

March 20

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Spirit week, those are the weeks that have always been the most interesting during my high school experience. There have been all kinds of themes since I came to Corona like sterotypes, Hawaiian, rock day, college day, toga day, twin day, decades and many more! I almost never got involved as a freshman because I thought I...

Doughnut experiment

Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

March 8

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This year I’ve learned a variety of things in my classes such as how to throw chalk onto a board, understanding famous movie quotes, learning about different religions and cultures, and reading literature from countries all over the world. The thing I found most interesting this year is a video I watched in economics about...

Senior Blog

Stephanie Dayton, Managing Editor

March 4

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As a senior, I’ve had to sit through a bunch of classes that I thought were boring and useless. However, now that I’ve applied to college, been accepted and am ready to start, I’ve noticed something truly amazing: Corona offers a lot of classes with dual enrollment. You’re probably thinking, okay well why is this important?...

Classics Declassified

Josh Ambre, Online Managing Editor

February 20

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As the English teacher makes her rounds among the rows of desks, depositing on each one a paperback copy of some archaic text, the collective groan that inevitably reverberates through the classroom has become almost expected. The scene is nearly always the same; whether the book is written by Hawthorne, Melville, Chaucer, Dickens,...

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